May 3rd, 2010
April 30th, 2010
All Photos © Dirk Anschütz
Photographer Dirk Anschütz shot his film noir inspired photo novella, “Louise Cypher’s Suitcase” along the Brooklyn and Manhattan waterfronts. This story was printed as a self-published magazine that is being sent out to potential clients. Read all about the Louise Cypher production on his new blog. You can also see more of Dirk’s work on his website.
April 29th, 2010
Photo © Simon Biswas. Rabbani, Master Chainsaw Carver, Rte 101, Northern California.
Simon spent eight weeks in the summer of 2009 driving across the United States in search of images. He says, ” I traversed 10,157.5 miles in total looking for photographs. What I found was myself. These images represent a cross section of the reality I collided with while traveling the highway of my American Dream.” To see more of Simon’s work, visit his website.
April 28th, 2010
All Photos © Lisa Eisner, Courtesy M+B Gallery, Los Angeles
Lisa Eisner has recently turned her eyes toward nature, resulting in a colorful kaleidoscope of assembled images. These images will be featured in an upcoming show at M+B Gallery. The show is titled Psychonaut, a Greek inspired word for ‘a sailor of the mind/soul’.
April 27th, 2010
All Photos © Mariella Roos
Mariella Roos traveled to Berlin, Paris, Beijing, and Havana with a desire to expand her cultural and visual knowledge. She photographed iconic buildings and objects in each city, then digitally removed them from their surroundings and applied color to convey a different context and point of view. To see more of Mariella’s work, visit her website.
All Photos © Jordan Matter
Jordan Matter’s “Dancers Among Us” features members of prominent New York City dance companies. This is an ongoing project that began in the Spring of 2009. There were no trampolines or other devices used for these images, just thousands of hours of training.